Public hearings of Shtokman project in Karelia Republic

Publish date: September 4, 2006

Public hearings, devoted to impact assessment of Shtokman gas condensate field on environment, to take place in seven districts of Karelia Republic from September, 7–5.

A part of a long-distance gas pipeline Vidiaevo-Volkhov (704 km), as well as several compressor stations and sites of infrastructure is planed to be build on a territory of Karelia Republic, reports.

Gas, produced on Shtokman field, is to be transported into the country by projecting gas pipeline Vidiaevo-Volkhov. Total distance of the gas pipeline is 1356.5 km.

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